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Disarming Falcons
Directed by
Wendy Johnson and Annie Nocenti

Pakistan / 2013 / 15
minutes

World Premiere

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Wendy Johnson, Annie Nocenti
SYNOPSIS:
A lyrical, exciting and tender portrait of a falcon hunt in the desert of Pakistan, with an international cast – Qataris, Baloch, Lebanese, Egyptians.... and two American women. Rarely have Western women been invited to hunt with falcons in the Arab world.

The film is a love letter to the special relationship a falconer has with his falcon. Disarming Falcons illuminates the falconers' all-consuming love for his falcon, and its wily and fierce prey-- the Houbara. This film is a must-see for all bird lovers, naturalists, sports lovers, and those that wish for peace between cultures.

BIO:
Wendy Johnson and Annie Nocenti made the short documentary The Baluch. Johnson has a master's in Languages and Literature of South Asia. Nocenti has made films in Haiti, wrote the feature Taking Chances, and writes Catwoman comics.
MAIN CREDITS:
Executive Producer(s): Albert Larew
Director(s): Wendy Johnson and Annie Nocenti
Cinematographer(s): Wendy Johnson, Annie Nocenti
Editor(s): Jasmin Way
Composer(s)/Music: Abdulrahman Surizehi

 

 
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